It’s delicate aromas bring memories of strolling through the garden, picking and biting into a juicy plum, and smelling the nearby violets.


Dried strawberries and sweet cherries overtake the nose of this wine, and transition to flavors of tart cranberry and sweet crabapple on the palate. This wine has a long lingering finish of bright acid and red fruit.

Growing Conditions

In a most telling shade of Burgundian red, this wine is a classic expression of the Pinot Noir grape cultivated in the Anderson Valley.


14 Months in French Oak, 25% New Barrels.